Building a greener future now
As soon as you leave Singapore's Changi airport you know you're in a green city. Three of the city state's iconic buildings take the next natural step forward – into biophilic architecture
Over the past decade, Singapore has emerged as a very forward-thinking "green" city—exploring the outer reaches of biophilic design and green architecture principles, which is a concept used within the building industry to increase occupant connectivity to the natural environment through the use of direct nature, indirect nature, and space and place conditions.
Homestead Brooklyn’s "Plant One On Me" series goes on a tour of three iconic biophilic buildings, including the Oasia Hotel in Downtown Singapore, the Kampung Admiralty, and the Waterway
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